How to define beauty in architecture?
If perfection is really “the absence of flaws” (my definition), can the definition of beauty be too far afield? Beauty is more personal than a metric, I think, and relates to some kind of thing within you that forms a connection to the thing you experience.
But what’s about this? I’d say actually the most of buildings around us could be perhaps the most beautiful ones. In personal point of view, it is all just state of mind, if you love all around, then you could appreciate that we have a lot of beautiful architecture in Toronto.